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Chunk of my music track missing

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Oct 06, 2020

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I tried to find the answer but can't. 

I have background music on my timeline and I am placing video clips without audio on top. I accidentally placed one clip with the audio and it replaced the this audio replaced the background music. When I delete it a chunk of the music clip is also deleted. How do I get this missing piece back? 

 

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Correct answer by Jeff Bugbee | Adobe Community Professional

If this was the last thing you did, CMD or CTRL+Z will undo.

If not, assuming the clips to the left and right are unedited, you can simply drag to extend one side of the audio to the other to fill the gap.

 

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Chunk of my music track missing

Explorer ,
Oct 06, 2020

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I tried to find the answer but can't. 

I have background music on my timeline and I am placing video clips without audio on top. I accidentally placed one clip with the audio and it replaced the this audio replaced the background music. When I delete it a chunk of the music clip is also deleted. How do I get this missing piece back? 

 

Screenshot 2020-10-06 at 16.35.50.png

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Correct answer by Jeff Bugbee | Adobe Community Professional

If this was the last thing you did, CMD or CTRL+Z will undo.

If not, assuming the clips to the left and right are unedited, you can simply drag to extend one side of the audio to the other to fill the gap.

 

trim.gif

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If this was the last thing you did, CMD or CTRL+Z will undo.

If not, assuming the clips to the left and right are unedited, you can simply drag to extend one side of the audio to the other to fill the gap.

 

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